Also on the rise: SEIA warns that tariffs could put 18 GW of projects at risk, our ‘how long does it last?’ series takes a look at residential storage batteries, and toy wagon maker Radio Flyer goes solar.
Anti-dumping tariffs would jeopardize 18 GW of solar projects by 2023, the SEIA said in a letter to the Commerce Department.
The second of a three-phase construction led by CEP Renewables is complete, bringing the total capacity to 16 MW of a 24 MW planned project.
Kid’s wagon maker Radio Flyer commissioned Chicago-based Sunvest to build the array, which was optimized with SolarEdge inverters.
Denver-based SunShare said the investment will allow it to expand into new states.
Multiple factors affect lifespan of a residential battery energy storage system. We examine the life of batteries in Part 3 of our series.
Also on the rise: Top Gun energy storage project enters service, Broad Reach buys batteries from Chinese manufacturer, and a solar/battery delivery van with 400km range.
Equipment from the Chinese supplier will support the Cascade Energy Storage project in California.
An expansion on NY-Sun could create up to 6,000 jobs and advance New York’s position towards achieving 70% renewables by 2030.
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